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Zelda: Breath of the Wild Qukah Nata Shrine Guide – Completing A Song of Storms Shrine Quest

Qukah Nata shrine in Breath of the Wild requires completion of A Song of Storms shrine quest before players can collect their reward. The quest like numerous others is given by Kaas, the accordion playing NPC.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Qukah Nata Shrine guide will help players in finding Kaas, completing the quest and the puzzle of the shrine for the spirit orb that awaits.

For more help on Zelda: Breath of the Wild, read our Kah Yah Shrine Guide and Jitan Sa’mi Tips.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild Qukah Nata Shrine

Players can find Kaas on the east bank of Calora Lake, finding his exact location should be difficult if they listen for the sound of his accordion. After picking up the quest, they need to climb to the top of the waterfall.

Zora armor can be really useful here to improve climbing. Once at the top, players will see a mound with a strange pattern to it. This mound is the entrance to the Qukah Nata shrine but it must be opened first before players can proceed.

When players are at the top of the waterfall, they will notice a thunderstorm will begin and that is what the players need to use to open up the entrance to the shrine. To open up the path, players need to climb on top of the mound and wait till they get struck by lightning.

A better method is to climb the mound and drop something metal on the ground. It is possible that the item will be lost so players should only drop something they don’t need or have a space amount of.

Once the metal item is on the mound, players need to jump off quickly before the lightning strikes and damages them. Once the lightning hits, the mound will crack open and reveal the pathway.

Players can go down the path and enter the Qukah Nata shrine to pick up their reward, which is a spirit orb and rubber tights. These rubber tights can be extremely useful in areas with thunderstorms as it protects players from lightning. It can also be used to complete the Shae Katha shrine.

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